Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Review - Sartori Cheese

Sadly I do not remember if it was the Travel Channel or Food Network that I was watching about Sartori Cheese and all of the awards they have won in the United States and Italy, they have over 180 awards under their belt. I knew that I needed to check them out.

Sartori Cheese is a 4th generation family owned and operated company in the cheese state of Wisconsin.

The selection of cheese available here in Southern Utah is nothing to write home about. It was time to check Sartori out. I placed an order for the following cheeses: Balsamic BellaVitano, Salsa Asiago, Black Pepper BellaVitano, Merlot BellaVitano, Raspberry BellaVitano, Chai BellaVitano, Espresso BellaVitano and Basil & Olive Oil Asiago.

I'm just going to say it Sartori has some of the best cheese I have ever eaten. I love cheese with a bite and Sartori didn't let me down. I don't think I could pick a favorite from the 8 cheeses I purchased they were all incredible. My husband hasn't stopped raving about the Chai BellaVitano.

Another thing I like about Satori is there website. With each of their cheeses they give you pairing ideas with wine, beer and food.  I found this very helpful when we did our cheese tasting.

Another plus Sartori has recipes featuring their cheese. Recipes on my list to try are the  Balsamic BellaVitano Tart, Smoky, silky, parsnip, mushroom and EspressoVitano Mac & Cheese, Black Pepper BellaVitano Beer Cheese Soup and Sartori Smoky Paprika Cheese Biscuits.

You can check out a list of markets by state that carry Sartori Cheese or you can order directly from them like I did.  I'm already making a list for my next order.


  1. Satori needs to send you some cheese.

  2. I have to agree with you about Sartori cheese--I have tried several varieties that are available in my local grocery stores here in Minnesota and they are all great.


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